Here’s a list of iPhones that support 5G in India: supported bands

Check out the list of iPhones that have support for 5G and the bands.

Highlights
  • iPhone 12 and above models have support for 5G.
  • Apple to roll out support for 5G network by December after testing and validation.
  • iPhone 11 and 2nd generation iPhone SE don’t have support for 5G.

Recent reports have indicated that Apple will roll out support for 5G to its iPhones by December this year. The company is apparently testing and validating the 5G network on multiple iPhone models for both Airtel and Jio 5G networks in Mumbai and New Delhi. Now, Apple has released a list of iPhones that have support for 5G in India and the bands they support. The list of supported phones starts from iPhone 12 and above. You heard that right, the iPhone 11 and iPhone SE 2nd generation don’t have support for 5G.

Apple says that 5G on iPhone lets you download movies, stream higher-quality video and FaceTime in HD at super-fast speeds. The recently launched iPhone 14 Pro series comes with the A16 Bionic chipset that supports 5G. Here’s the list of iPhones that support 5G and the bands.

List of iPhones that support 5G

  • iPhone 12, iPhone 12 mini, iPhone 12 Pro, and iPhone 12 Pro Max
  • iPhone 13, iPhone 13 mini, iPhone 13 Pro, and iPhone 13 Pro Max
  • iPhone SE 3rd generation
  • iPhone 14, iPhone 14 Plus, iPhone 14 Pro, and iPhone 14 Pro Max

These are the list of iPhones that support 5G network connectivity in India and globally as well. As you can see, the list doesn’t include the iPhone 11 and the 2nd gen iPhone SE. If you’re one among those who bought the iPhone 11 recently, you will be disappointed to know there is no 5G compatibility.

iPhones and 5G bands they support

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iPhone 14 Pro and 14 Pro Max: n1 (2100MHz), n2 (1900MHz), n3 (1800MHz), n5 (850MHz), n7 (2600MHz), n8 (900MHz), n12 (700MHz), n20 (800DD), n25 (1900MHz), n26 (800MHz), n28 (700APT), n30 (2300MHz), n38 (TD 2600), n40 (TD 2300), n41 (TD 2500), n48 (TD 3600), n53 (TD 2500), n66 (AWS-3), n70 (AWS-4), n77 (TD 3700), n78 (TD 3500), and n79 (TD 4700).

iPhone 14 problems

iPhone 14 and iPhone 14 Plus: n1 (2100MHz), n2 (1900 MHz), n3 (1800 MHz) n5 (850 MHz), n7 (2600MHz), n8 (900MHz), n12 (700 MHz), n20 (800 DD), n25 (1900MHz), n26 (800MHz), n28 (700 APT), n30 (2300 MHz), n38 (TD 2600), n40 (TD 2300), n41 (TD 2500) n48 (TD 3600), n53 (2400 MHz), n66 (AWS-3), n70 (AWS-4), n77 (TD 3700), n78 (TD 3500), and n79 (TD 4700).

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iPhone SE: n1 (2100MHz), n2 (1900MHz), n3 (1800MHz), n5 (850MHz), n7 (2600MHz) n8 (900 MHz), n12 (700MHz), n20 (800DD), n25 (1900MHz), n28 (700 APT), n30 (2300MHz) n38 (TD 2600), n40 (TD 2300), n41 (TD 2500), n48 (TD 3600), n66 (AWS-3), n77 (TD 3700), n78 (TD 3500), and n79 (TD 4700).

iPhone 13

iPhone 13 and iPhone 13 mini: n1 (2100MHz), n2 (1900MHz), n3 (1800MHz), n5 (850MHz), n7 (2600MHz), n8 (900MHz), n12 (700MHz), n20 (800DD), n25 (1900MHz), n28 (700 APT), n30 (2300MHz), n38 (TD 2600), n40 (TD 2300), n41 (TD 2500), n48 (TD 3600), n66 (AWS-3), n77 (TD 3700), n78 (TD 3500), and n79 (TD 4700).

iPhone 12 series: n1 (2100MHz), n2 (1900MHz), n3 (1800MHz), n5 (850MHz), n7 (2600 MHz), n8 (900MHz), n12 (700MHz), n20 (800 DD), n25 (1900 MHz), n28 (700 APT), n38 (TD 2600), n40 (TD 2300), n41 (TD 2500), n66 (AWS-3), n77 (TD 3700), n78 (TD 3500) and n79 (TD 4700).